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Everything posted by tonystime

  1. Nice find. Complete and with the box in great shape.
  2. Hello again, so on a movement like this, the escapement wheel teeth or pallet stone jewels (not pivots ), I would use moebius 941, and on the balance jewels, I would recommend moebius 9010. I think using the 9501 which is recommended for friction areas like the canon pinion and chronograph parts, is going to be too think and would reduce the amplitude and also the 941 for the balance jewels. Please let me know if this helps, best of luck. Anthony
  3. Hello Joe, just wanted to double check. What areas did you use the 9501 and 941 greases on? Thanks Anthony
  4. What about the timing in different positions? Also what is the current position of the regulator, is it in the middle?
  5. Hello, is there any way to get some info about the watch. For example movement name and number etc. Also after servicing what kind of readings are you getting on the timing machine? Thanks
  6. I agree, the quality is great. I will have to pick one of those up also. Thanks again.
  7. welcome, looking forward to seeing it also.
  8. Thanks for the info, and the welcoming, as soon as I receive the tool I will post more pictures, I currently have a regular Steiner jacot tool, but some lanterns where broken when I got it, this was better than buying new pieces for the one I already had. I just thought I would post this to get a head start on learning to use it. From what I have read and it maybe wrong, the attachment is called a"slidding puppet" , and it maybe used for a second pinion?
  9. here is the link to the photo http://www.ebay.ca/itm/tour-a-pivoter-dhorloger-watchmaker-lathe-Drehbank-tools-tool-watch-No-bergeon-/191629751638?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_71&hash=item2c9e05f556
  10. Hello all, my name is Anthony. I have been collecting timepeices for the better part of 10 years now, and have been studying watchmaking for 3 years now. I have just been the lucky buyer of a Steiner Jacot tool with adjustabke height. I currently own a Steiner Jacot tool, but find I can not find any info on how to properly use this new one with adjustable height. I have been following Marks videos and find them great, Mark thanks for taking all the time to do this, and also all the others who help and contribute. I think this forum is great. Please if anyone has any info that would great. The first of many posts. I can not post pic, because I have not received the too yetl, can I post the website link here to the auction site I won it on?. Many thanks Anthony
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